gyromancy

noun gy·ro·man·cy \ ˈjīrəˌman(t)sē \

Definition of gyromancy

plural -es
:divination in which one walking in or around a circle falls from dizziness and prognosticates from the place of the fall

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Origin and Etymology of gyromancy

probably from Middle French gyromancie, from gyro- gyr- + -mancie -mancy


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